Early in the new year is a perfect time for a closet detox. Before my California Closets Dream Closet was constructed, I did a massive purge of my stuff. I wanted my space to be somewhere I enjoyed spending time; somewhere I loved getting ready. At the time, my closet was so . . .
Hi, friends! I recently made this DIY Robot Nightstand for The Edmonton Fall Home Show's Notable Nightstands Challenge, in support of Habitat for Humanity. (People could bid on DIY nightstands created by local bloggers.) Now, I want to show you how to do this yourself. I . . .
Body lotions, creams, butter: whatever title you want to use, they're far too expensive for my liking. How is something so simple (that you know is inexpensive to produce) so costly? (I feel the same way about toss cushions but that's a topic for another day.) I have . . .
We'll likely be switching Wyatt to a big boy bed within the next year (despite the fact that if it was up to me, he'd be in a crib until he's 18), so I thought it would be fun to give you a peek into his room before the change-over. When we were designing the space, it . . .
It's been a few weeks since I shared the big reveal of my brand new Dream Closet. At that stage, I was curious to experience the day-to-day of my new space. Would it function in the way I wanted it to? Would it actually make getting ready easier? Turns out the answer to both . . .
When I was working with California Closets to design my new dream closet, I knew I had to integrate my favourite colours. You know, the colours you feel most connected to? The ones that bring you happiness? Rose gold is one of my favourites, so I wanted to incorporate it . . .
I'm so excited to finally share my closet transformation with you! I have to say, I feel like I'm 50 pounds lighter. It's like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. In fact, I think I shed close to 100 pounds of stuff! There is something about clutter and . . .
My dad built our son Wyatt a beautiful sensory table this spring. At first glance, it's a cute, kid-sized picnic table. But when you lift the lid, you discover a pair of engaging, attention-grabbing sensory bins with materials for Wyatt and his friends to touch, smell, see . . .
My friend, Edmonton Designer and Florist Cory Christopher and I chatted at the Jasper PJ Party back in March about collaborating on something for Easter (Cory was there teaching classes on floral design and I was hosting). We wanted to create a beautiful yet simple Easter . . .
We've dubbed this the 'Toddler Table'. The adults aren't the only ones who get to have fun! Did you see the Easter brunch 'Grown-Up table' my friend, Edmonton Designer and Florist, Cory Christopher and I put together? Well, we wanted to create something special for the kids . . .